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Display Win2k services from command line

By nook ·
How do you display a list of Windows 2000 services running from the command line?

This should be an easy one but lots of searching turned up nothing.

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Display Win2k services from command line

by savatovic In reply to Display Win2k services fr ...

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You may also find usefull to install Windows 2000 Support Tools from Windows 2000 CD (Support\Tools directory). You may then use tlist command (task list).
Cheers,
Dusko

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Display Win2k services from command line

by Joseph Moore In reply to Display Win2k services fr ...

The better way is to run SERVICES.VBS from the Resource Kit. With this,you will get all services: started, stopped and disabled.

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Display Win2k services from command line

by Ronypp In reply to Display Win2k services fr ...

Hi!!

Just have a look at the utilities in:
http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/utilities.shtml

I would recommend you to try out PSTOOLS.

Regards

Rony

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